French: Chlorospin du Pirré German: Schwarzwangen-Grünammer Spanish: Clorospingo del Pirre
Other common names:
Mount Pirre, 5200 feet [c. 1580 m], eastern Panama
Extreme E Darién (Cerro Sapo, Serranía de Jungurudó and Cerro Pirre), in E Panama, to Colombia border (Alturas de Nique).
15 cm; 20–36 g. Crown and side of head to below eye are dark grey, contrasting with olive-green of upperparts, including upperwing-coverts; flight-feathers dusky, outer... read more
Gives three different thin, buzzy, high-pitched notes, including “spéétza... read more
Canopy and borders of humid forest and stunted montane woodland; favours vine tangles and bamboo in... read more
Food and feeding
Fruits and small arthropods. Of seven stomachs examined, three contained only vegetable matter and two only animal matter and four... read more
No information; local movements unlikely.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Darién Highlands EBA. Common at higher elevations, where it is the only bush-tanager within its limited... read more
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